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Submissions from 2019

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The New Normal Ten Years In: The Job Market for New Lawyers Today and What it Means for The Legal Academy Tomorrow, Bernard A. Burk

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Ringing Changes: Systems Thinking About Legal Licensing, Joan W. Howarth and Judith Welch Wegner

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The Three Ages of Modern American Lawyering and the Current Crisis in the Legal Profession and Legal Education, Rachel F. Moran

Submissions from 2018

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Is There Sufficient Human Resource Capacity to Support Robust Professional Identity Formation Learning Outcomes?, Jerome M. Organ

Submissions from 2017

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The High Cost of Lowering the Bar, Robert Anderson IV and Derek T. Muller

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Helicopter Professors, Emily Grant

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Is Bar Exam Failure a Harbinger of Professional Discipline?, Jeffrey S. Kinsler

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Getting Up to Speed: Understanding the Connection between Learning Outcomes and Assessments in a Doctrinal Course, Joni Larson

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Bridging the Reading Gap in the Law School Classroom, Patricia Grande Montana

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"They're Digging in the Wrong Place": How Learning Outcomes Can Improve Bar Exams and Ensure Practice Ready Attorneys, Debra Moss Vollweiler

Submissions from 2016

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The State of Legal Research Education; A Survey of First Year Legal Research Programs or 'Why Johnny and Jane Cannot Research', Caroline L. Osborne

Submissions from 2015

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Lawyer, Form Thyself: Professional Identity Formation Strategies in Legal Education, Professional Responsibility, and Experiential Courses, Susan Swaim Daicoff

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The Demand for Legal Education: The Long View, Deborah M. Hussey Freeland

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Ahead of the Curve: Turning Law Students into Lawyers, Alli Gerkman, Elena Harman, Lloyd Bond, and William M. Sullivan

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Why the Bar Examination Fails to Raise the Bar, Carol Goforth

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Experiential Legal Writing: The New Approach to Practicing Like a Lawyer, Adam Lamparello and Charles E. MacLean

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Teaching to the Test: The Incorporation of Elements of Bar Exam Preparation in Legal Education, Emmeline Paulette Reeves

Submissions from 2014

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"Practice Ready Graduates": A Millennialist Fantasy, Robert J. Condlin

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The Emperor Has No Clothes, But Does Anyone Really Care? How Law Schools are Failing to Develop Students' Professional Identity and Practical Judgment, Benjamin V. Madison and L. O. Natt Gantt II

Submissions from 2013

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Analyzing Common Themes in Legal Scholarship on Professionalism, Neil W. Hamilton

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Law Firm Competency Models & Student Professional Success: Building on a Foundation of Professional Formation/Professionalism, Neil W. Hamilton

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Legal Education at a Crossroads: Innovation, Integration, and Pluralism Required!, Karen L. Tokarz, Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, Peggy Maisel, and Robert Seibel

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Should Law Professors Have a Continuing Practice Experience (CPE) Requirement?, Emily Zimmerman

Submissions from 2012

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Empirical Evidence that Legal Education Can Foster Student Professionalism/Professional Formation to Become an Effective Lawyer, Neil W. Hamilton, Verna E. Monson, and Jerome M. Organ

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Performance Isn’t Everything: The Importance of Conceptual Competence in Outcome Assessment of Experiential Learning, Stefan H. Krieger and Serge Martinez

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Alternative Justifications for Academic Support II: How ‘Academic Support Across the Curriculum’ Helps Meet the Goals of the Carnegie Report and Best Practices, Louis N. Schulze Jr.

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Gaining from the System: Lessons from the Law School Survey of Student Engagement About Student Development in Law School, Carole Silver, Louis Rocconi, Heather Haeger, and Lindsay Watkins

Submissions from 2011

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A Puppy Lawyer is Not Just for Christmas: Helping New Lawyers Successfully Make the Transition to Professional Practice, Tony Foley, Vivien Holmes, Margie Rowe, and Stephen Tang

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Fostering Professional Formation (Professionalism): Lessons from the Carnegie Foundation’s Five Studies on Educating Professionals, Neil W. Hamilton

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Three Generations of U.S. Lawyers: Generalists, Specialists, Project Managers, William D. Henderson

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The Viability of the Law Degree: Cost, Value, and Intrinsic Worth, Richard A. Matasar

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Mapping Lawyer Competencies Onto the Law School Curriculum to Confirm that Graduates are Prepared for Law Practice, Nelson P. Miller

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Entering Law Students’ Conceptions of an Ethical Professional Identity and the Role of the Lawyer in Society, Verna E. Monson and Neil W. Hamilton

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Predicting Lawyer Effectiveness: Broadening the Basis for Law School Admissions Decisions, Marjorie M. Shultz and Sheldon Zedeck

Submissions from 2008

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Assessing Professionalism: Measuring Progress in the Formation of an Ethical Professional Identity, Neil W. Hamilton

Submissions from 2007

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What is a Competent 'Competence Standard'? Tensions Between the Construct and Assessment as a Tool for Learning, Effie MacLellan

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The Relationship Between Law School and the Bar Exam: A Look at Assessment and Student Success, Lorenzo Alan Trujillo

Submissions from 2004

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The Bar Examination and the Dream Deferred: A Critical Analysis of the MBE, Social Closure, and Racial and Ethnic Stratification, William C. Kidder

Submissions from 2001

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Raising the Bar: A Social Science Critique of Recent Increases to Passing Scores on the Bar Exam, Deborah Jones Merritt, Lowell L. Hargens, and Barbara F. Reskin